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Walking in and around Braunlage

Braunlage / Harz has an extensive network of well maintained walking and hiking trails with beautiful views and a total length of 220 km, of which 90 km are cleared during winter. Guided walks are offered almost daily by the Harz Club Braunlage, the National Park Administration Office, the Lower Saxony Forest Association and the  NABU e.V. (nature protection) in cooperation with the Tourist Office. 

 

Braunlage

Wetterstation – Waldmuehle- Rinderstall (Weather Station - Forest Mill - Cattle Barn)

 

Length:

about 6 km

Altitude:

600 - 630 meters above sea level

Start:

Weather Station in, von-Langen-Street

Finish:

Forest Restaurant  "Rinderstall" (Cattle Barn)

Description:

Pass the youth hostel direction parent-child sanatorium "Waldmuehle" (Wood Mill), downhill along the Morgensternweg towards the Odertal Valley, then right towards the final destination - the forest restaurant "Rinderstall" (Cattle Barn)

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

3

Comments:

Tour route, refreshments available on route, family-friendly, secret little gem

 

Mount Wurmberg Walk

 

Length:

about 6,5 km

Altitude:

550 - 970 meters above sea level

Start:

Cable car station at the foot of Mount Wurmberg

Finish:

Cable car station at the top of Mount Wurmberg

Description:

Follow the signs "Rundweg" (Circular Route) from the playground by the cable car station at the foot of Mount Wurmberg, just below the Maritim Hotel. Then follow the trail 35D towards the Brockenberg ski jump, where you turn onto the Soegdingsweg 35H, which leads to the cable car station on the top of Mount Wurmberg.

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

5

Comments:

Tour route, stunning views, refreshments available on route, family friendly, climb up to the top and down again, summit tour, secret little gem

 

Circular routes around Braunlage

 

Length:

about 6,5 km

Start:

Just above the indoor adventure swimming pool in the Ramsenweg

Finish:

Just above the indoor adventure swimming pool in the Ramsenweg

Description:

Circular route around Braunlage

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

3

Comments:

Circular route, stunning views, refreshments available on route, family friendly

 

Hohegeiss

 

Alte Bobbahn – Wolfsbachtal – Gretchental

 

Length:

about 6 km

Start:

Schuetzenplatzweg (Adventure Days Harz)

Finish:

Kurpark Hohegeiss

Description:

From the starting point at the Schuetzenplatzweg turn into Bohlweg, pass the former hotel "Dicke Tannen", down the old bob sleigh until Wolfsbachstrasse. Then uphill towards Hohegeiss to the Gretchental and the Kurpark Hohegeiss.

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

3

Comments:

Circular route, refreshments available on route, botanical highlights

 


 

Horizontalweg – Nullpunkt – Bechlerstein

 

Length:

about 10 km

Start:

Car park at the Bechlerstein, about 1 km north of Hohegeiss, turn left at the B4 towards Heimathuette (hut)

Finish:

Car park at the Bechlerstein

Description:

At the Bechlerstein go south and turn into Wolfsbachstrasse . After 1 km pass the Koehlerhuette (Charcoal Burner's Hut) and turn right into the Horizontalweg until the Nullpunkt  (Point Zero - a topographic survey point). Here, turn right into the Ebersbergstrasse, go east and follow this road until the Bechlerstein.

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

2

Comments:

Circular route, stunning views

 

Am Lampertsberg

 

Length:

about 5 km

Start:

Car park at the Forest Lido, Baerenbachweg

Finish:

Car park at the Forest Lido, Baerenbachweg

Discription:

You start at the forest lido and walk uphill to the northeast until you reach the top of Mount Lampertsberg. Then keep right to the northwest down to the car park again.

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

3

Comments:

Circular routes, stunning views, refreshments available on route, family friendly, along the ridge

 

Hohegeiss – Bechlerstein – Wolfsbachtal – Zorge

 

Length:

about 8km

Start:

Car park - northeast entrance of Hohegeiss

Finish:

Zorge

Description:

You start at the car park and walk about 300 meters direction North, along the pedestrian walkway, then cross the B4 and follow until Bechlerstein, turn left on Wolfsbachstrasse. From there follow the road about 7km to the north entrance of Zorge. You can now walk back the same route or catch a bus back to Hohegeiss.

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

2

Comments:

Tour route, refreshments available on route, botanical highlights

 

Sankt Andreasberg

 

Kurhaus – Rehberger Grabenhaus - Oderteich

 

Length:

about 11 km

Altitude:

630 - 645 meters above sea level

Start:

Wandertreff by the Kurhaus

Finish:

Oderteich

Description:

Kurhaus to Dreibrode car park, direction  Rehberger Grabenhaus. Then walk along the Rehberger Graben until Goetheplatz, past to Sarghai hut to the Oderteich (Oder pond). The Oderteich was built between 1715 to 1722 and is the oldest dam within the Harz and together with the Rehberger Graben are part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage "Upper Harz Water Management System".

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

1-3

Comments:

Tour route

 

Kurhaus – Braunlager Strasse- Matthias Baude (hut)

 

Length:

about 2 km

Altitude:

630 - 645 meters above sea level

Start:

Wandertreff by the Kurhaus (meeting point )

Finish:

Matthias Baude (Matthias Hut)

Description:

Kurhaus, Braunlager Strasse, past the restaurant "Roter Bear" and walk along until Eschberger Planweg. Here turn right and stay on the Eschberger Planweg until you reach the Matthias Schmidt hut. From there you get a unique view towards the snowy mountain town and the skiing resort. You can now walk back the same route or take the lift down to the valley and follow the way pass the Waeschegrund back to the town.

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

1-2

Comments:

Tour route

 

Kurhaus – Lochchaussee – Rinderstall – Oderhaus

 

Length:

about 8 km

Altitude:

432 - 630 meters above sea level

Start:

Wandertreff by the Kurhaus (meeting point )

Finish:

Oderhaus

Description:

Kurhaus St. Andreasberg, down the Clausthaler-Strasse into the Braunlager-Strasse, then turn left, up the Strasse “Am Gesehr“. Follow straight to Jordanshoehe. Take the way down between the Naturfreundehaus (friends of nature house) on the left and Eichsfelderhuette (hut) on the right to the Rehberger Graben in direction Rehberger Grabenhaus. At the first intersection follow the signs to "Rinderstall" down, pass the Lochchaussee  to the Odertalstrasse, which you follow to the right until "Rinderstall". If you wish, treat yourself in good snow conditions to sledging fun (3 km downhill run) or continue to the Oderhaus towards the National Park Administration Office. After the 8 km hike, you can take the bus back to St. Andreasberg.

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

3-4

Comments:

Tour route

 

Circular route Kuppe

 

Length:

about 4 km

Altitude:

630 - 730 meters above sea level

Start:

Wandertreff by the Kurhaus (meeting point )

Finish:

Wandertreff by the Kurhaus (meeting point )

Description:

Kurhaus – Jordanshoehe – Gesteinskundlicher Lehrpfad – Neigenfindthof- Andreasheim - An der Skiwiese - Kurhaus

Level:

(1 = easy, 6 = difficult)

3-4

Comments:

Circular route

 

For further questions please do not hesitate to contact our tourist information:

 

Tourist Information Braunlage

Tourist- Information Hohegeiss

Tourist Information St. Andreasberg

Elbingeroeder Strasse 17

Kirchstrasse 12a

Am Kurpark 9

38700 Braunlage

38700 Hohegeiss

37444 St. Andreasberg

Tel: +49 (0) 55 20 / 93 07 0

Tel: +49 (0) 55 83 / 2 41

Tel: +49 (0) 55 82 / 80 33 6

Fax: +49 (0) 55 20 / 93 07 20

Fax: +49 (0) 55 83 / 12 35

Fax: +49 (0) 55 82 / 80 33 9

E-Mail: tourist-info@braunlage.de

E-Mail: tourist-info@hohegeiss.de

E-Mail: info@oberharz.de

 

 

 

www.braunlage.de

www.hohegeiss.de

www.oberharz.de

 



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